Indians can't erage big early deficit versus Stagg
DARIEN — About midway through the first quarter in Thursday's quarterfinal matchup between the Minooka Indians and Stagg Chargers at the Hinsdale South Holiday Tournament, the game was tied at four.
By the end of the quarter, Stagg had built up a 22-4 advantage on Minooka courtesy of an 18-0 Chargers run. This proved to be the decisive factor as Stagg held off an Indians run to win 50-44.
The 18-0 run was started with a three-point field goal from Chargers guard Max Strus and ended with a four-point play at the buzzer from sophomore forward Jeff Goral, putting an exclamation point on the huge Stagg run.
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